The Cedar Springs Public Schools Mental Health Team has created this website to provide resources on all things mental health. You'll find information on our team members, coping skills, social-emotional supports, and ways to get connected to mental health services.
We're so excited to share this venture with all of you and we're so glad you're here.
Cedar Springs Community and Counseling Resources - coming soon!
Call the National Suicide Hotline/Crisis Response: 1-800-273-8255
Crisis Textline: Text HOME to 741741
Resources for Processing Trauma
The Kent ISD offers resources to provide expert guidance for parents and educators on how to assist students and children in the wake of traumatic events. Visit their page to find additional resources for all topics.
Cedar Springs Public Schools know home life can create an effect on a student’s overall school performance. Sometimes there are moments in life where families find themselves needing additional support.
The following resources are available to our students, family, and community.
Need help with food, housing, or paying bills? Need support in a family crisis or community disaster? Call, text, or search online 24/7 and Michigan 211 will get you connected.
Arbor Circle is proud to be one of West Michigan’s most comprehensive providers of mental health counseling, substance use treatment, and family services. Visit the Arbor Circle website for more information on programs, events, and how to get involved.
Michigan Department of Health and Human Services provides Cash Assistance, Child Care Assistance, Emergency Relief (Home, Utilities), Children’s Special Health Care Services, Food Assistance, Health Care, and more. Visit the MDHHS website to learn more.
School counselors are provided throughout the Cedar Springs Public School district and make themselves available to listen to students about concerns. Check at your child’s building to learn more about what services are available.